Stephen Early (2016) was accepted into an impact startup
accelerator from the Young Sustainable Impact program.
He will be going to Norway for two weeks in the summer to
work with mentors, developers, and investors.
Jonathan Jones (2009) received the Eugene DeLoatch Legacy Award at
the 2018 Black Engineer of the Year Awards in Washington, D.C. for the
impact he’s making in STEM at his company, Corteva Agriscience™,
Agriculture Division of Dow DuPont™.
Bonded over the grief of losing a child, Caitlin Yerkes (2000) partnered
with Melanie Adams and the two started making soap to comfort women
experiencing similar loss. They were recently featured in Northern
Diana Wilson (2014) was recently selected for the prestigious
Ghanaian 30 under 30 award for her nonprofit: Yielding Accomplished
African Women (Yaa W.). Her mission is to help African women develop a
gender specific professional toolkit to succeed in finance and technology
related career fields. With education and professional development, she
hopes create economic and social opportunities for 10 college women in
Ghana, West Africa.
Justin Harlow (2001) and his colleagues on the Charlotte City Council
were featured on the front page of the Wall Street Journal concerning their
views on the term “millennials.”